I Am Shane M.: The Ethics Of Being Anonymous The print version of “A Different Iranian Revolution” today hangs over my office
Elena Ferrante is a brilliant writer whose art rested on keeping her personal and professional lives separate. The author
They claim to be collating data not only from public sector agencies including Opal Card data, but from energy and water utilities, telcos, banks and car-share companies. The privacy implications are enormous. This is serious, Big Brother stuff.
In the week before Christmas last year, the Australian Bureau of Statistics quietly trashed your privacy. We have only a few months to claim it back.